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Synthesis STA Engineer - Digital ASIC, Cambridge

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Recruiter
IC Resources Ltd
Posted
25 November 2012
Closes
23 December 2012
Ref
J18934
Contact
Caroline Pye
Location
South East England
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
very competitive + superb benefits

Further information

ASIC Synthesis STA Engineer sought to join top-tier
fabless Semiconductor client in Cambridge.

Our client, a world-class Semiconductor firm achieves constant global success in today's fiercely competitive SoC market. With a strong focus on high performance video and 3D technology, they currently seek a Synthesis STA Engineer to join their growing ASIC team based in Cambridge.

Required:
*An excellent academic background; Bachelors degree minimum in Electronic Engineering or similar
*A solid knowledge of the ASIC design flow, with a proven track record working on multiple VLSI implementation projects through to successful completion
*Key expertise in advanced Synthesis and STA (Static Timing Analysis)
*Good knowledge of low power design techniques
*RTL Design and DFT experience would be a bonus
*As would Synopsys Design Compiler / Primetime experience

This is a great chance to work on some of the most advanced technology industry has to offer. Various levels of experience are considered upon individual ability.

Contact IC Resources for further details

Key words: Digital, SoC, ASIC, IC, Design, Synthesis, STA, Static Timing Analysis, Physical Design, EDA, Synopsys, Design Compiler, Primetime, RTL, DFT, Semiconductor, Cambridge, East Anglia, South East, UK.

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IC Resources Ltd

IC Resources is Europe’s largest and longest established semiconductor recruitment firm. With specialist USA and China consultants and an extensive Asia Pac partner network, our aim is to be the semiconductor industry's de facto recruitment partner.

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